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A Blood Red Rose

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Blood Red Rose
Black Silk Wind
Rusty Sky
At fires brim

Angels Fall
For Heaven lies

Life goes once
Life goes tway
Life’s light falters
And fades away

The clouds do weep
The sky does cry

Deadly Wrath
And Seven Sins
Peaceful Pain
For Eternity does die

Again…

A thousand steps
One measly mile
A road sorely taken
A road poorly traveled

The tragedy of pain and hate
The unhappiness in ones own fate
The truth of life and all that matters
The death of Eternity and its godly matters

So Blood Red Rose
And Black silk wind
Under rusted sky…
At Hells fiery brim

Deadly Wrath
Hidden in the Seven Sins
The peaceful pain that death does give
For the depth of Eternity does die today
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